Standings

Joe Godsy Division
NORTH W L PCT RF RA
Spike Hill 13 6 .684 243 194
Roebling Sports Club 11 8 .579 220 177
Turkey's Nest 9 9 .500 178 199
AT All-Stars 4 14 .222 138 203
 
SOUTH W L PCT RF RA
Gibson 15 4 .789 238 169
St. Anselm 13 6 .684 214 151
R Bar 7 11 .389 175 244
A Bar Runaways 4 14 .222 120 178
 
Joe Fashion Division
NORTH W L PCT RF RA
Clems 13 6 .684 223 171
The Bedford Yetis 10 8 .556 205 207
Loggers 7 11 .389 158 166
The Gutter 86ers 8 11 .421 201 216
 
SOUTH W L PCT RF RA
Kilo Bravo 13 5 .722 233 165
Parkview Scorpions 11 8 .579 215 174
Turkey's Teachers 0 18 .000 132 312
- 1 1 .500 10 17

Schedule

Championship Sunday - Sep 23
11:00 Parkview Scorpions @ Clems 1
Roebling Sports Club @ Spike Hill 2
2:00 North Champion @ South Champion 2

Last Week's Results

Championship Sunday - Sep 23
Parkview Scorpions0 @ Clems 0
Roebling Sports Club0 @ Spike Hill 0
North Champion0 @ South Champion 0

Week 12 – Recap

Wed, Jul 18, 2012

Week#12 was as hot as the temps with some fantastic finishes to distract us from our Saturday hangovers and keep us from trying to catch some z’s before and after we had to sweat it out with our own competition! As the playoffs inch closer, you can see teams showing up and playing with a lot more heart out there, this week was no exception!

11AM

It's Bananas!! Second Chance gets their first win!!

TNT holds onto a one game lead in the South despite a loss against The Candystore who move into a three way tie for the number two spot. This one was tight and squared at four through six innings when Pete’s woke up and batted eleven for nine runs. The Teachers made a dramatic run for victory in the 9th, sending six players home before the orange could eke out an out. It was a four run game at that point and every run was the product of great hitting, then… at last..Pete’s got an out! Which they followed by a home run in their next at bat to take it by three.

BOOM! 2ND Chance, Baby!! The 86ers finally get a win against the 3 Kings this weekend in an effort to avoid last place in the league and certain death in the first round of the play-offs against probable SH acers. And it was a solid effort taking the 3K by 8 runs. You could almost feel the tides turning for 2nd Chance as they smiled at one another with a whole new outlook for their future! Cheers to that!

Adam rounding third and heading for home!

1PM

RBar went up early on the Yetis to kick-off the 1PM match-ups on Field 1, including Cac’s first homer on the season, but they let the Spot come back to tie it all up 5-5 in the 5th with a couple of Billysburg bouncers. There were a few lead changes in the late game until the Bums were able to tie it up again heading into the final inning where The Yeti’s got the game winner in the bottom to move to a 5-6 record. Despite turning 3 double plays the RBar just couldn’t pull it off this Sunday.

In the North, Spike Hill sliiiiiides past the Nest and into an 11-0 record. The Nest couldn’t get any breaks against the Hill’s defense this week even with a mid game confetti  cannon power-up. O’Malley humbly said that without a couple of those Spike Hill lucky hops, The Nest easily could have lost it by only 2 or 3, as opposed to 8.

3PM

The Gibson was able to hold it together and stay on top of the All Stars for a good portion of the day, but a pitching change and a quick AT team huddle proved to be the beginning of the end for the Gibbys as they let the All Stars walk away with the victory leaning on a huge 8th inning rally. I want my beers back for my bruised backside!

Across the way, Black Betty steals the W and 2nd place in the south from The Line to continue their run for that top spot. With JB$ and Kevin both out, BB asked H to step up against Hoffman and the ‘Doza wrecking crew. The game was tied going into the 7th, 6-6, when the Betty got hot and scored 7 runs to seal the win. In sad news for Black Betty (and great news for the rest of the league) big slugger, Sponge Bob look-alike, and all around sweet kid, Andy Becker, is moving out of NYC. As everyone knows, Becker is a great guy and an even better ballplayer. Looks like he’ll be around for another week or so and will then be moving. However, Black Betty is already making plans to get him out here for the playoffs, so don’t get your hopes up WSL.

Breeze blows out his beard.

5PM

“The Battleship Captain Clemerica goes down! Blew out my knee! See you in the playoffs!”

Clems and the Loggers ended the day with all eyes on them in a one run win for the BL. Mr. Breeze had a game stopping injury in a collision with Clem short stop Markow…who recommended a really great Argentinian steak spot on Driggs to Matt Silverman a couple of weeks ago. I mean the ceviche was just to die for and those smoked peppers…so good!!! Wait…where was I? OH RIGHT! This day did not have a happy ending for The Captain and his crew as he walks off with a loss and onto the 30 day DL. We hope he makes a speedy recovery and I have a feeling he will.

On field two, we couldn’t WAIT for this damn game to get underway and done with so we could get our half-in-the-bag party asses on over to Good Co to continue their fiesta of a weekend with this season’s Matt Herman Day of rainy jenga, Mable’s meathead delivery, pitchers and pitchers, a little karaoke and this year’s HighLight of Cesar giving head to his Bud Light for the ladies!  But the Barndog stole the day from the Pinks when it came to onfield action to carry his Reelers to a one run victory! The Dog is just invincible at the plate going 15 for 15 in his last consecutive at bats in the last three games. How can we NOT give The Hawk the

Game worn jersey of the Mystery Man!

recap of the week spot?! “R2R’s Babkow lead off the game with a home run. Good Co. matched with 2 runs in the bottom of the 1st. To start the 2nd inning, Mike Hogan smashed a solo HR to tie the game. In the bottom of the 3rd, the Good Co. wrecking crew started wreaking havoc by posting 6 runs on a load of line drives, then in the 4th they tacked on another. R2R had then had enough by the 5th inning, 3 consecutive singles loaded the bases for yours truly, and I promptly emptied them with a triple, not wanting to give up the spotlight GTodd smashed a homerun on the very next pitch, shrinking the lead to 9-7. Good Co rallied right back posting another run, but R2R answered once again in the top of the 7th with 3 more runs to tie the game. After a scoreless 8th, R2R posted 2 runs in the top of the 9th to take their first lead of the game. In their last licks, Good Co knocked in a run, to make it 12-11, but ended up stranding the tying run on 2B. Both teams were clearly playing with postseason emotion, good to see in the dog days of summer… Speaking of dogs, Dave ’Barndog’ Babkow went 5 for 5, making it 15 consecutive at bats with a base hit… dating back 3 games!”

3,2,1...drink! Then puke!

The mystery man left a souvenir for his fans post game at the Gibson…can’t wait to see how far this streak can go!

Post games recap? The usual suspects doing the usual at an unusual spot. Thank you, Matt Herman! Glad to have you back for a day despite having to hang with Shirtless Sam! (I kid!)

Your Sunday pain in the ass,

– Carly

Holland’s 2 Cents:

The “If the season ended today, who would you play” has been updated! Waiting on Cesar to get us the updated HR list. If you haven’t sent your HR’s to him, please do so.

 

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